(Halstead & Reiss, 2003, p. 3) In other respects, however, sex education is quite different. It is about human relationships, and therefore includes a central moral dimension. It is about the private, intimate life of the learner and is intended to contribute to his or her personal development and sense of well-being or fulfillment. It generally involves intense emotions, to do not only with intimacy, pleasure and affection but often also with anxiety, guilt and embarrassment. In all of these respects, values are involved which need to be researched and studied for the self-consciousness of younger generation.
The role of school in developing importance and principles plays a vital role in the process of recognizing values as the development begins in earliest childhood and goes on throughout life. During adolescence, these values start to combine with fantasies that surround the need for masturbation. (Strongman, 2001, p. ...
Children's need in Sex Education
Before commencing towards the real need for sex education, it is important to consider two precluding issues. First, we require some indication of what children need in the area of sex education, and this involves being clear about the basis on which we are judging children's needs. Different disciplines (such as psychology, sociology, biology, politics, philosophy and law) have different ways of talking about children's needs, but it is clear that the concept of 'needing something' implies both that one has not got that thing and that to obtain it would be to achieve something that is regarded as desirable-by children, parents, politicians, teachers or society at large.
Second, there is a need to explore that issue that is deemed to be a threat by most of the people. This threat refers to the psychological loopholes that people have developed throughout centuries due to which they are reluctant to resolve with an open hearted and broad spectrum. An open approach and lack of self awareness is what people require towards adopting sexual education.
Aims for School Sex Education
Research suggests that despite proper emphasis being given in this area, sex education still lacks its aims or aims that are created are not analyzed to be presented to youth to absorb into their minds. However, examination of policy guidelines and the resources used for teaching school sex education suggest that the following main aims should be there:
1. Helping young people to know about such biological topics as growth, puberty and conception
2. Preventing children from experiencing abuse
3. Decreasing guilt, embarrassment and